The new manager’s rebound has found a new host in the form of struggling Everton after the blue half of Merseyside were left euphoric earlier today as the Toffees won 3-0 in front of home support in what was the new Premier League. boss Frank Lampard. home debut.
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Goals from veteran right back Seamus Coleman, center back Michael Keane and star Anthony Gordon (who also added an assist in the process) were more than enough to see Everton put some distance between themselves and the bottom three.
And for Lampard himself, it was a long-awaited winner in the Premier League following his return to management after parting ways with Chelsea when the Blues hierarchy called off his relationship with their legendary former midfielder.
Everton failed to win on his league managerial debut against Newcastle as the Magpies claimed a credible 3-1 victory at St. James’ Park, but the club have grown stronger under the former England international despite the loss, with today’s result added. to the 4-1 thrashing of Brentford in the fourth round of the FA Cup in what was his first game in charge of him overall.
Everton break multiple ducks in a much-needed win
For base value, Everton winning an absolutely vital three-point haul at Goodison Park was lovely to see signing up for the blue half of Merseyside, but bucking the multiple trends that have taken hold in the 2021-22 Premier League season. should be held under frank lamp all the same.
Today’s victory was only the second in sixteen Premier League games, in stark contrast to the club’s quick start from the gate which saw them post a 4-1-1 record to start the season, leaving many feeling that the Blues could be the dark horses of the European Steeplechase campaign.
More importantly, the 3-0 result was the first time Everton had managed to keep a clean sheet in the Premier League since their 0-0 draw against Spurs on 7 November, ten games ago.
Building on that point briefly, today’s result marked only the fourth time in the last sixteen league games that the Toffees have managed to score 2 goals or more.
Yes, today was just one result, but if some of these peripheral tendencies become regular themes in the storyboard, Everton should be able to avoid the unthinkable at the end of the season.
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